"The Kokomo Medley" as written by and Fred Mcdowell....
When you get home, baby
Write me a few of your lines
When you get home, little baby
Write me a few of your lines
That'll be consolation
Lord, Honey, oh my worried mind

Left my baby
Standin' in the back door cryin'
Well, I left my little baby
Standing in the back door cryin'
I never felt so sorry
Lord, Honey, till he said goodbye

Kokomo me, baby
Kokomo me right
Kokomo your mama
She'll be back tomorrow night
I'd like to cry in your arms tonight
Baby, don't you want to go
Right on to Lemon Light City?
Sweet home Kokomo

Go on down to the river, baby
Goin' to sit down on the ground
Well, I'm goin' down to the river, baby
Goin' to sit down on the ground
And let the way of the water
Lord, Honey, wash my troubles down

Kokomo me, baby
Kokomo me right
Kokomo your mama
She'll be back tomorrow night
I gotta cry with you, baby
Baby, don't you want to go
Right on to Lemon Light City
Sweet home Kokomo?


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"The Kokomo Medley" as written by Fred Mcdowell

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